On Wednesday, Jan. 6, thousands of angry Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, disrupting Congress as they were about to conduct the final electoral count to certify Joe Biden’s victory as the President-elect. The turmoil occurred on the same day Democrats, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, were victorious in the runoff elections held in Georgia.… Read More What Happened in D.C.?
On Saturday November 7th, major news stations reported that Joseph “Joe” Biden and Kamala Harris would be the next president and vice president of the United States. After four days of being glued to the TV and watching the electoral votes pour in, students were relieved that the election was, for the most part, over. … Read More Student Response to the Presidential Election
On October 22nd, 2020, potential voters were able to get one last chance to hear from both presidential candidates as voters across the country have already begun to participate in early voting. … Read More A Recap on the Second and Last Presidential Debate
Viewers nationwide watched as both candidates talked over and hurled insults at each other.… Read More First presidential debate descends into chaos, cacophony, and accusations